Subject. This article discusses the issues of ensuring food security in Russia. Objectives. The article aims to determine the human capital development areas in the context of digitalization of the agricultural sector of the economy. Methods. For the study, I used a statistical analysis. Conclusions and Relevance. The article concludes that the priority consideration of the issues of health, education, and culture contributes to the development of human capital in the agricultural sector of the economy. The results of the study can be used by the authorities in planning expenditures for the development of agriculture of Russia.
Keywords: point of growth, healthcare, education, culture, sphere of labor, human capital, agricultural sector of the economy
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